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|Another grounded Vulcan Bomber in Wellesbourne Warwickshire||06/06/2008||786|
|Vulcan bomber at Manchester Woodford airport.|
White in colour, which is unusual.
|Vulcan bomber parked at Norwich airport, United Kingdom.||08/05/2005||640|
|check out the nuclear missile next to the Vulcan this is what it used to carry. This is Coventry Air Museum.||01/31/2006||1,285|
|The Vulcan Bomber XM575 at East Midlands Airport, England.||09/17/2007||534|
|A sad story - this V-bomber was eventually sold on e-bay (as is, buyer collects).|
|If you look carefully you can see the cockpit Vulcan XH 537 here at Hurn Where the Bournemouth Air Museum is.
|XM606 Vulcan B2 - On display at Barksdale AFB, United States.||09/16/2007||693|
|vulcan at goose bay canada prev in low def area ||10/29/2006||750|
|Avro Vulcan XM598 at Cosford in Shropshire, England.||09/16/2007||469|
| Another Vulcan currently in good exterior condition is XM607, the gate guardian at RAF Waddington. A Black Buck veteran, XM607 has been well looked-after by the RAF and over the years has acted as a spares ship for more lively Vulcans. The undercarriage bays are sealed with wooden planks and the cockpit entrance hatch was seized shut for many years so the cockpit was very complete until fairly...||09/15/2007||4,558|
| Blue Steel Vulcan|
XL426 was the 44th of the 89 B2 Vulcans built and took to the air for the first time on August 23, 1962. A short series of test-flights followed before she was collected by the RAF, joining 83 Squadron at Scampton on September 12. At that time, the Scampton squadrons (27, 83 and 617) were in the process of equipping with Blue Steel missile, the new stand-off mi...